supply current

supply current

[sə′plī ‚kə·rənt]
(geophysics)
The electrical current in the atmosphere which is required to balance the observed air-earth current of fair-weather regions by transporting positive charge upward or negative charge downward.
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The purpose of the tender is to establish a dynamic purchasing system ( "DNS") to supply current, widely available office ICT equipment for individual parts of the BUT.
8V, they consume only 105uA quiescent supply current, and shutdown current consumption is an ultra-low 10nA, extending battery life in remotely powered nodes.
Active and standby modes of operation are offered with the standby mode reducing the supply current to 5 nA max.
These op amps are also pin compatible, so that users can easily adjust amplifier bandwidth as design needs change, providing a clear migration path to select the proper bandwidth versus supply current tradeoff.
Haworth said editorial is designed to help professionals "handle sensitive issues in the classroom and in front of the school board" and supply current information on educational policy, curriculum development and professional practice.
Each requires 60 percent of the PCB space needed by a discrete design, consumes nine times less supply current and, compared to integrated solutions, minimizes system design iteration with the factory guaranteed precision RF parameter limits and temperature compensated performance.
These devices require no external components and their small-size, low installed cost and low supply current make them the ideal choice for battery powered applications.
Freescale's current modulator products offer a low voltage supply current (5V) and are PLL tuned with integrated VCOs and cover UHF/VHF TV bands.
6 mA of supply current per amplifier, with the triple-channel device offering a disable feature to prevent additional power consumption.
The EL5166 incorporates an enable and disable function to reduce the supply current to 100 microamps per amplifier.
Increasing Supply current typically increases power output.